MS News: November 2016

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Because of #DonaldTrump’s shock election in the US and his insistence on scrapping Obamacare once in office, I’ve added some sites and articles dealing with insurance etc.

Highlight!

  1. Health Insurance and Medicare
  2. Dumping Obamacare without a better plan is cruel
  3. How Trump Plan To Gut Obamacare Will Take Down Medicare
  4. ‘Trumpcare’ Proposals Could Cripple the Healthcare System
  5. Even If Donald Trump Changed The FDA Drug Approval Process, Patients Wouldn’t Benefit
  6. Repealing Obamacare Would Give A Tax Cut To Millionaires, Like Donald Trump
  7. President Trump Could Derail Obamacare By Dropping Legal Appeal
  8. Insurers use high drug costs to deter some Obamacare patients, economist says
  9. Americans are freaking out about losing Obamacare

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MS News: June 2016

Research

  1. Nerve-insulating cells more diverse than previously thought
  2. Heart monitor implant could save lives in patients with serious immune disease
  3. ANKRD55: New gene involved in Multiple Sclerosis discovered
  4. In MS, can better sleep improve cognition?
  5. PET detects neuroinflammation in multiple sclerosis
  6. Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia – is there a connection? – Patient Talk
  7. CD8 Cells after Immunological Stem Cell Reconstitutions
  8. Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy in a patient without apparent immunosuppression
  9. Antibodies in the CSF may be secondary to damage
  10. How do cells enter the Brain?
  11. ResearchSpeak: grey matter lesions
  12. Link between gut bacteria, MS discovered
  13. Continued inflammation in SPMS – the role of antibodies to galectin-3
  14. Obesity and multiple sclerosis: Is there a causal relationship?
  15. Gut Microbiota is different in MS
  16. The autoimmune predilection: rheumatoid arthritis in MS
  17. Tracking brain atrophy in MS could become routine, thanks to software developed at UB
  18. Diet and Gut Microbiome Influences Multiple Sclerosis Disease Activity
  19. Cerebral Microbleeds May Be Linked to Disability in Multiple Sclerosis

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